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Zidane's agent: Doesn't expect Frenchman to go to Manchester United

Fellaini Mourinho asked us to be men Fellaini Mourinho asked us to be men
Kristopher Love | 08 October, 2018, 19:41

However, despite the victory, there remain a lot of issues that need to be addressed by the Portuguese.

But following the break the hosts staged a rousing comeback, with goals from Juan Mata, Anthony Martial and Alexis Sanchez completing victory in the final minute.

Mourinho is subsequently expected to be in charge of United's visit to Chelsea after the worldwide break.

He might yet lose it for his side have been wholly underwhelming so far this season, but he can at least count on the support of many Old Trafford regulars.

United's board reportedly hope that he can last until the end of the season, with few realistic alternatives available at this moment in time.

Before the Newcastle match, United claimed the report was "nonsense," according to Sky Sports.

"We have some kind of situation with Man United".

"I'm amazed by that response [from the crowd]".

"We were losing 2-0, Newcastle created even more chances to score more goals and confidence levels were low".

The many concerns of those fans who fill Old Trafford every week will not evaporate during the week-long global break, but at least they went home smiling after a super comeback. "But for younger people I think "problem" - and I think in the first half they clearly showed that".

Sanchez has scored one goal and made one assist in six Premier League appearances this season, but he has only started four of the Red Devils' eight top flight outings.

Paul Pogba was responsible for the change in tactics that gave Manchester United a 3-2 comeback against Newcastle United on Saturday.

"We came out different, the way we were much better in the second much quicker and more direct, and more like the United in the old days". We were meant to come back, meant to win.

The Chile global had been finding himself in the firing line this season after failing to produce consistent performances for the Red Devils under Jose Mourinho.

Two Champions League clashes with Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus and meetings with high-flying Bournemouth and Everton follow before United travel to City for the Manchester derby on November 11.